Hulu has struck a brand new licensing agreement with Disney-ABC Television Group for unique subscription VOD rights that makes the total libraries of Boy Meets World and House Improvement available on a streaming service for the first time. We should always have posted alerts to Twitter and had a weblog post explaining the closure. We all know conventional media outlets – TV stations, newspaper and radio stations – pick up information bits from our Twitter feeds and our weblog. We must always have posted the closure to our Drive Texas online travel app. We should have coordinated messaging via our digital message boards operated by TransGuide. Sequence Continuity Error : The number and names of Tim and Jill’s siblings have been inconsistent. Tim’s mom says that she raised 5 boys in her first episode, yet the names of seven brothers are given over the course of the show (Marty, Jeff, Steve, Rick, John, Danny, Brian). Jill mentions two sisters named Carol and Katie in earlier episodes, yet when all of her sisters appear in season 6, there are none with those names (they’re Carrie, Robin, Tracy and Linda).
Enforced Plug : Tim will stand behind Binford’s products, and has no downside promoting them on his Binford Tools sponsored show. Nonetheless, in a single episode, Tim is told to plug a brand new product that he thinks is terrible, and is torn between his honesty and his obligations. He eventually trashes the instrument on-air and even puts his boss on the spot by roping him into it. Nevertheless, a positive spin remains to be placed on it, by saying that Binford prides itself on making only the highest high quality instruments, and that when a instrument doesn’t go the check, it does not go to market. They then proceed to destroy … Read MoreRead more